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From Jess Franco, the filmmaker The Vatican called "the most dangerous director in the world", comes the most celebrated movie of his legendary career: Stunning Soledad Miranda stars as a vixen vampire who lures women to a Mediterranean island to satisfy her insatiable lust for female flesh and blood. It's a mind-bending odyssey of surreal erotica and '70s EuroHorror, featuring the psycho-sexadelic soundtrack that remains a global phenomenon. Ewa Strömberg [SHE KILLED IN ECSTASY], Dennis Price [VENUS IN FURS], Paul Muller [NIGHTMARE CASTLE] and Franco himself co-star in this landmark cult classic, now remastered in HD and featuring all-new extras filmed with the director shortly before his death. Experience Franco's masterpiece like you've never seen or heard it before! Extras: Vampyros Jesus: Interview with writer/director Jess Franco; Sublime Soledad: Interview with Soledad Miranda Historian Amy Brown; Stephen Thrower on Vampyros Lesbos: Interview with author of Murderous Passions The Delirious Cinema of Jess Franco; Jess is Yoda clip; Alternate German Opening Title Sequence Dracula's Heiress; German Trailer; English subtitles.
The holy grail of cult cinema --DVD Talk
A cult landmark of Eurotrash entertainment. --Total Film
Stunningly beautiful and surreal. This is Franco at the top of his game and a must-see work of art --Classic-Horror.com
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Mr Franco has never made a mainstream film worthy of more than 3 stars imho.Read more